Expectation's Magazine January 2015

Expectation’s Magazine January 2015
2015 Poster Contest Winner Chairmen's Award Daniel Fullan 12th grade Utica Center for Science and Industry Macomb, MI
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2015 Public Show
Experience the next generation of transportation at the North American International Auto Show 2015. See
more than 500 vehicles on display, representing the most innovative designs in the world and experience North
America's largest and most prestigious automotive showcase.
Public Show Dates and Times
Saturday, January 17 - Saturday, January 24, 2015
9 a.m. - 10 p.m. (no admittance after 9 p.m.)
Sunday, January 25, 2015
9 a.m. - 7 p.m. (no admittance after 6 p.m.)
Adults: $13 per person
Seniors: $7 (65 and older)
Children: $7 (7-12 years old; 6 and under free with a parent or guardian)
Please contact the Ticketing Office at:
1900 West Big Beaver Road Suite 100 Troy, MI 48084
Phone: 248.283.5173 Fax: 248.283.5172
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Cobo Hospitality Scooter Rentals:
Cobo Center provides motorized scooters on a first-come, first-served basis for people with disabilities. Each
scooter is $35.00 per 4-hour period. Valid driver's license and signed rental agreement required with each reservation. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and cash payments accepted.
Cobo Center One Washington
Boulevard Detroit, MI 48226 USA
NAIAS 2015 Poster Contest Winners
State Farm Insurance Award
Colin Burke
10th grade
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park
Canton, MI
10th Grade Award, 1st Place
Kendall Morgenstein
Bloomfield Hills High School
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Most Creative Award
Serena Musallam
11th grade
Oakland Schools Technical Campus
Southwest Wixom, MI
Designer's Best of Show - Digital
Veronica Peterson
12th grade
William D. Ford Career Technical
Westland, MI
11th Grade Award, 2nd Place
Kelsey Cunningham
Livonia Career Technical
Livonia, MI
Designer's Best of Show - Traditional
Melissa Millenbach
10th grade
Grosse Pointe South High School
Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
Best Use of Color Award
Chantal Zorzi 10th grade
Bloomfield Hills High School
Bloomfield Hills, MI
10th Grade Award, 2nd Place
Kara Hug
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park
Canton, MI
12th Grade Award, 1st Place
Jasmine Traxler
William D. Ford Career Technical Center
Westland, MI
Best Theme Award
Brendan Ahumada
11th grade
Careerline Tech Center
Holland, MI
11th Grade Award, 3rd Place
12th Grade Award, 3rd Place
Elliana Smith
Jada Baskin
Careerline Tech Center
William D. Ford Career TechniHolland, MI
cal Center
Westland, MI
11th Grade Award, 1st Place
Nicole Perkins
Howell High School
Howell, MI
12th Grade Award, 2nd Place
Kyle Wilkin
William D. Ford Career Technical Center
Westland, MI
10th Grade Award, 3rd Place
Tiger Ruden
Bloomfield Hills High School
Bloomfield Hills, MI
NAIAS Technology Showcase: See the Future, Today 2015 Technology Showcase Offers Street-Level View of the Future at NAIAS
The 2015 Technology Showcase will offer companies from around the world a forum for exhibiting breakthrough technologies, providing product demonstrations, revealing fresh designs and participating in panel discussions.
Scheduled activities include:
Hyper-connected automotive technology that will explore autonomous vehicles, the Intelligent Transportation System and new heights of fuel efficiency
Some of the companies on display include: Alpine Electronics, ASC, Covisint, Modern Car Safety Technologies, NextEnergy, Ricardo, Square One, Mojio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and others
A spotlight on Michigan-based companies that are leading the way in developing and producing advanced vehicle technologies with assistance from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation
Opportunities for media and enthusiasts to meet leaders in manufacturing and technology along with futurist thinkers during panel discussions and seminars planned for Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015
Two key symposia already on the docket are:
"Ignition," a joint NAIAS/Crain's Detroit Business event that will offer Detroit entrepreneurs a chance to present their technology ideas to a panel of judges before an audience of investors, financiers,
attorneys and academics in the mode of television's reality show, "Shark-Tank"
AutoBeat Group's "Meeting the Mobility Challenge," a free symposium about the challenges of making the connected car a reality
In addition, attendees will be able to ride along in the world's first full-size, working 3-D-printed car. Called the Strati, the game-changing vehicle is the brainchild of Phoenix-based Local Motors, a technology company that designs, builds, and sells vehicles. Local Motors will premiere a mid-model refresh
of the car after a live demonstration of the three-phased, micro-manufacturing process on the main show
floor. Phase 1 includes 3D-printing the vehicle structure, which takes approximately 40 hours of continuous printing on a Big Area Additive Manufacturing machine. During Phase 2, the vehicle is milled. During
Phase 3, the final phase of the process, the car is then rapidly assembled. Attendees will be able to ride in
the made-from-scratch automobile on the Shell Innovation Track located in the Technology Showcase in
Hall E starting on Monday, January 12, 2015.
The Shell Innovation Track, sponsored by Shell Oil Company (shell.com), will be the launch pad for vehicle
demonstrations, student competitions and other industry exhibits. Part of a global group of energy and
petrochemical companies in more than 70 countries, Shell is a key player in the future of the auto industry.
(Note: The track will test Tec Pro racing barriers that will be used when Shell returns to the Motor City in
April to host the Shell Eco-marathon. This event on the streets of Detroit will challenge students to build
cars that can reach 2,800 mpg.)
Students from the University of Michigan, University of Michigan-Dearborn, Michigan State University,
Lawrence Technological University, Wayne State University and the College for Creative Studies will participate in a variety of displays and demonstrations including solar technology, racing performance, fuel
mileage efficiency and automotive design.
Credentialed media will have access to both Press Preview and Industry Preview. Others will need to purchase tickets for Industry Preview. Tickets are $95 per day and are available online now at naias.com.
An Evening with Steve Miller Band at the 2015 North American International Auto Show Charity Preview
November 21, 2014
DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 21, 2014 – Call him the Gangster of Love. Call him
Maurice. Call him the Space Cowboy. Call for your Charity Preview tickets now because on Jan. 16, rock legend Steve Miller Band will perform
at the largest single-night fundraiser in the world: the North American
International Auto Show’s Charity Preview.
“Everybody knows that Steve Miller speaks ‘the pompitus of love,’” said
Scott LaRiche, chairman, NAIAS 2015. “Steve Miller Band is legendary
and we are absolutely ecstatic that he’ll be our very special musical
guest at Charity Preview, helping us celebrate an amazing night and a
spectacular week in Detroit.”
Admittance to “An Evening with Steve Miller Band” will be permitted
with the purchase of a Charity Preview ticket. The special performance
begins at 9 pm.
“When the show floor closes, the legend begins,” said LaRiche.
Charity Preview will be held from 6-9 pm. Tickets are $400 each ($390
of which is tax deductible) and available now at charitypreview.com.
About Steve Miller Band
With its unique blend of rock and blues, Steve Miller Band continues
to attract hundreds of thousands of fans to events around the world,
and, to date, has sold more than 40 million records. To mark the 40th
anniversary of its star-making first album, "The Joker," the band digitally
released "The Joker Live" last year.
The new album, which features exclusive, unreleased tracks, was recorded on the road. Combining with Journey and Tower of Power, Steve Miller Band closed out a successful 2014 summer tour that
traveled to more than 30 cities. Miller also makes time to perform with youth symphonies across the country on behalf of Kids Rock Free, a program of music education for children that he supports.
Since 1976, the Charity Preview has raised more than $96 million for Southeastern Michigan children's charities — more than $45 million of which was raised in the last 10 years alone.
Beneficiaries of NAIAS Charity Preview include:
Boys and Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan
Boys Hope Girls Hope Detroit
Children's Center
Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation
The Detroit Institute for Children
Judson Center
March of Dimes Metro Detroit
Detroit PAL
DADA Charitable Foundation Fund, a fund of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan
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Happy New Year
Jan 10 8:00 PM THIS IS THE 70S Jan 25 3:00 PM RHYTHMIC CIRCUS'
(810) 714-2011 150 S. Leroy Fenton, MI 48430
This is the '70s January 10, 2015
Performance to be held at The Whiting
Twirl, leap, or shuffle over to the SLPR Dance Studio - we are
excited to see you!
Dance registration is taking place now!
We are excited to begin our 1th year of dance - and hope to
see you all in a class soon! We offer many classes, including:
Tap, Ballet, Hip Hop, Pom, Lyrical, Rockettes, Creative Motions, Mommy and Me, and some fun special events at the
dance studio (Superbowl Pom Party, Valentine's Dance, Easter Bunny Hop, Mother's Day Tea Party, Dance & Storytime,
and Move, Groove, Tumble!
Sat, Jan 10, 2015 at 8pm Ticket Prices: $29 - $49
The decade that brought us waterbeds, leisure suits, and
pet rocks also spawned one of the most diverse periods in music history. From pop
rock to prog rock and hard rock to disco, the 70s had it all!
Now the 70s have returned—live on stage!
THIS IS THE 70s is the ultimate multimedia stage experience that takes the audience on a journey through the music, news events and pop culture that led us from
the communal hippie life of the 60S into what Tom Wolfe called "The Me Decade."
Through a creative blend of live music performance, film, dance, lighting, and superior graphics, THIS IS THE 70s recreates every aspect of the decade's pop culture.
This stage production features classic songs from Journey, Led Zeppelin, Peter
Frampton, Boston, John Lennon, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Fleetwood Mac
and many more!
Whether you are a beginner, or if you have danced before we have a class for you. Some classes fill faster than others.
Please register early to save your spot!
We are looking forward to a FANTASTIC RECITAL SEASON!
Looking forward to our 11th annual Spring Recital!
Classes start the week of January 5th.
Rhythmic Circus January 25, 2015
Performance to be held at The Whiting
Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 3pm ALL SEATS $35
Home grown hoofers from Minneapolis hit the road with
a trunk full of tap shoes, funky costumes and a big brass
band, ready to burst onto the stage with FEET DON'T FAIL ME NOW!. "Heatbox" the
human beatbox, joins the swingin' seven-piece funk band to accompany each tap,
shuffle and stomp with a clang, riff and refrain. It's easy to see why this troupe was
a 2012 winner of the Edinburgh Festival "Spirit of the Fringe" Award. In this joyous
parade of genre-hopping music and hard-hitting percussive dance, you'll be jumping
out of your seat and dancing to the beat!
"They bring the furious funk...and tap their way into everyone's hearts!" - STAR TRIBUNE
Presented by Greater Flint Arts Council
Get movin' and groovin' and sign up for a dance class today!
Downtown Flint Now- January 29, 2015
Register online at: www.slpr.net
JAZZWALK Lilting Sounds of Jazz Every
4th Thursday of every month [excluding
Nov & Dec which will be a week earlier]
White Horse 5:30 - 7:30
Cork on Saginaw 6 - 8 PM
Blackstones 7 - 9 PM
Keep an eye on this site for the Jazz Musicians who will play at these venues.
Let the swooning sounds take you on
an intoxicating journey of love, life, and
Laissez les bons temps rouler, (Lazay-Lay
Bon-Tom Roulay) translation,
"Let the Good Times Roll!"
A large number of first-time sponsors have joined with
returning sponsors to support industry and media initiatives at the 2015 North American International Auto
Show at Detroit's Cobo Center, Jan. 12-25.
At Your Fingertips
Official NAIAS 2015 Mobile App
New to the Official NAIAS 2015 Mobile App this year, you’ll be able
to share photos of your favorite vehicles at NAIAS with other car
enthusiasts. Presented by WDIV-TV Local 4/ClickOnDetroit.com and
the Detroit Auto Dealers Association (DADA), the FREE App will again
bring Breaking Auto News Alerts right to your mobile device so you
won’t miss a beat from the show floor. You’ll get live Tweets about
new products and show events, a virtual map of the show floor, live
stream video coverage of vehicle unveilings, plus parking and shuttle
info. Download this easy-to-use App today for iPhone and Android
All EyesOn Design
EyesOn Design Awards
EyesOn Design Awards will be presented on Tuesday, Jan. 13 to the
best Production and Concept vehicles making their North American or
worldwide debut at NAIAS. Awards will also be given in the categories
of Interior Design and Innovative Use of Color, Graphics or Materials.
Additionally, Bob Lutz will be honored with the Design Catalyst award.
The EyesOn Design awards are unique in that they are selected and
presented by active and retired design heads of auto manufacturers
and transportation design chairs from top art schools. The media and
public are invited to the 4 p.m. program in the Atrium of Cobo Center.
"Sponsors are critically important to the success of
the show," said Scott LaRiche, chairman, NAIAS 2015.
"Many Tier One auto supplier sponsors use the event to
announce and showcase their latest technologies and
product developments. It's these corporations as well
as our media partners that provide invaluable marketing and promotions support. This year, a record-setting
141 companies will serve as NAIAS sponsors."
Premier Sponsor Michelin (michelin.com), one of the largest tire manufacturers in the world, is back for the 27th year as a legacy sponsor of the NAIAS with the bigger, better and more conveniently located Michelin Media Center. Now situated in the 40,000-square-foot
Grand Riverview Ballroom for closer proximity to vehicle unveilings, the center will provide a 100' x 20' screen to keep media updated
on real-time social feeds as they file their stories. The high-tech, integrated media center also will provide more than 1,000 working
seats, a computer center, catered café, lounge, coat check and other amenities for the 5,000+ credentialed journalists expected to
attend from more than 60 countries. In addition, Michelin will generate relevant, interesting, sharable content through its MEGAFEED
that can be followed at www.live.michelinmedia.com and invites journalists and consumers to submit their own auto show content for
distribution as well.
The Steel Market Development Institute (autosteel.org), a new Premier Sponsor, will host a casual, conversational space for automotive
designers, engineers and media to explore the advantages of today's advanced, high-strength steels. The booth will be in the Grand
Riverview Ballroom in front of the Michelin Media Center during Press Preview and Industry Preview and will feature steel's contribution to some of the world's lightest, strongest and most fuel-efficient trucks, cars and SUVs.
In addition to Michelin and The Steel Market Development Institute, the following companies are Premier Sponsors, the highest level of
NAIAS sponsorship: Delta Air Lines, DENSO, Johnson Controls, KPMG, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and ZF.
New Official Sponsor Verizon, one of the largest communications technology companies in the world, will take residence on the main
show floor at NAIAS. Verizon will make a significant news announcement at its press conference on Tuesday, Jan. 13, at 12:50 pm.
Shell, another new NAIAS Official Sponsor, will construct the Shell Innovation Track onsite in Hall E (former Michigan Hall) to demonstrate ultra-energy efficient vehicles designed by teams of Michigan students. The trial runs will provide NAIAS attendees a sneak-peek
at the vehicles that are set to compete in the "Shell Eco-marathon Americas" on the streets of downtown Detroit, April 9-12, 2015.
Other NAIAS Official Sponsors include Ally Financial Inc. returning to NAIAS for its second year as Official Social Media Partner and host of
the uber-cool Social Media Garage on the main show floor. Aisin, AutoTrader.com, Cars.com, MSN Autos/Motor Trend, Panasonic Automotive, Pandora, PR Newswire and Schaeffler are the additional Official Sponsors.
Other new sponsors include: FirstMerit Bank as Presenting Sponsor of Charity Preview, the FIA World Endurance Championship, Hella,
Hewlett Packard, Hitachi, Nexteer Automotive, Sika Automotive, Unique Fabricating and Valeo. In addition, Shinola will present a "popup" store at NAIAS in the Cobo Concourse. More than 25 companies will exhibit their latest automotive technologies in the Technology
Showcase in Hall E during Press Preview and Industry Preview. Tickets for Industry Preview can be purchased at naias.com.
MacuHealth and Opportunity Detroit will serve as Presenting Sponsors of The Gallery, the ultra-luxury automotive showcase on Jan. 10,
at MGM Grand Detroit, The Gallery's host hotel. Tappers Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, Shinola, Esquire and Road and Track also have joined
as NAIAS sponsors. A portion of the proceeds from the invitation-only evening will benefit Henry Ford Hospital. Tickets for this exclusive
evening are available at 248.283.5126.
WXYZ-TV on the Red Carpet
Official Television Partner
of NAIAS Charity Preview
WXYZ-TV Channel 7, the Official Television Partner of NAIAS Charity Preview,
will present its “Red Carpet Charity Preview” live special on Friday, Jan. 16
beginning at 7 p.m. Hosting the coverage will be Stephen Clark and Carolyn
Clifford. WXYZ/WMYD anchors JoAnne Purtan, Alicia Smith, Vic Faust, Glenda
Lewis and Brad Galli will also join the program. The show will capture all the
glitz and glamour of Detroit’s largest single-night fundraising event and will
feature interviews with key auto industry executives. An encore presentation of the broadcast will air on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 8:30 a.m. WXYZ will also
continue its NAIAS coverage with “Cars are Stars,” a half-hour, consumer-oriented special on the latest in auto trends and technology on Saturday, Jan.
17 at 7:30 p.m. An encore broadcast of this special will air Sunday, Jan. 18 at
10:30 a.m.
NBC Sports “North American
International Auto Show Special”
Millions of viewers from across the nation will experience the best of NAIAS by
tuning in to NBC Sports "2015 North American International Auto Show Special,"
scheduled to air on Saturday, Jan. 25, from 1-2 p.m. EST. Hosted by Marty Snider,
who will be joined by veteran NBC Motor Sports reporters Kelli Stavast, Kevin Lee,
Townsend Bell and Rutledge Wood, the one-hour NAIAS special will feature the
most exciting vehicles unveiled at the show, plus the latest technology including
autonomous cars. This year's show will re-air in February on NBCSN. Broadcast of
the 2014 NBC Sports auto show special drew more than two million viewers.
UWA Goes Virtual
19th Annual Urban Wheel Awards
The 19th Annual Urban Wheel Awards (UWA), the Official Multicultural Event of NAIAS, expands online for
2015 with the first live stream of the awards show on Sunday, Jan. 11 at the Garden Theatre in Detroit.
Produced by Decisive Media, the longstanding awards event fuels diversity and inclusion in the auto industry. For the first time ever, auto enthusiasts and consumers will be able to witness history worldwide as the
greats of the auto industry from all walks of life are honored. Dealers, suppliers and executives will unite
under one roof to celebrate their accomplishments and the reach of diversity within the auto world. For
more info, to purchase tickets or to view the live stream, visit www.UrbanWheelAwards.com.
Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection
Now–February 15, 2015
Each of the works in Suspended Moments: Photographs from the David S. Rosen Collection
offer insights into an interior world—featuring photographs of children at various stages,
particularly those difficult years that chart the transition from childhood to adulthood. Most
of the selected images are very closely related to the research interests of the collector,
Dr. David S. Rosen, who was a physician on the staff of the University of Michigan Medical
School, and a pediatrician with a specialization in adolescent medicine. The exhibition features the works of photographers known for their images of childhood, such as Sally Mann,
Dawoud Bey, and Helen Levitt, and also includes photographs taken by Dr. Rosen himself.
Other images on view examine the doctor’s vision as a collector, in works by noted landscape and still life photographers such as Ansel Adams, Michael Kenna, Howard Bond, and
Billie Mercer. Suspended Moments features 26 of more than 150 photographic works that
were added to UMMA’s collection through Dr. Rosen’s bequest in 2013.
Sally Mann, Untitled (Julie, John and the Dollhouse, from At
Twelve: Portraits of Young Women, 1984, Platinum-palladium
print, UMMA, Gift from the Collection of David S. Rosen MD,
MPH, 2013/2.159
Lead support for this exhibition is provided by the University of Michigan Health System.
Fred Tomaselli: The Times
Now–January 25, 2015
Even in our digital age of constant information, the rhythmic cycle of the daily newspaper is still a central form of organizing the world around us. The paper’s front page records in the present tense what will eventually become history. It orients
our attention to pressing actions, be they individual, political, or natural, that over time repeat and rearrange into patterns
around common human motivations. Fred Tomaselli‘s The Times traffics in these patterns, reflecting and reinventing them
through complexly layered collages superimposed on recent cover stories in The New York Times. The collages surface unseen connections, rearrange realities, and reveal relationships of images and ideas across time and space.
Tomaselli uses images within the familiar grid of the front page as portals, overwriting and manipulating the supposed objective reality of the newspaper with his completely subjective surreality. His interventions play against the detachment of
journalistic forms, inserting emotion, fantasy, and absurdity to counterpoint or underscore the original narrative. Tomaselli
says these works “freeze time,” trapping inherently ephemeral events and images like flies in amber. But in aggregate this
act also reimagines time, linking images and actions of a chosen day to their counterparts in the past and in some projected
The Times grew from Tomaselli’s own doodlings of personal commentary while reading, eventually spurring him to marry
his “news junkie” habit with his studio practice. The series runs the gamut from hard-edged abstraction to hallucinatory
pattern play, and engages in a dialogue with art historical imagery and themes, refracted through present-day news images.
Lead support for this exhibition is provided by the Herbert W. and Susan L. Johe Endowment. Additional generous support
is provided by the University of Michigan Department of American Culture, Department of the History of Art, Institute for
the Humanities, and Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design.
Men Are From Mars – Women Are From Venus LIVE!
Bruce Bruce. Finesse
Mitchell & Chaunte Wayans, 8 p.m., $33, $36 and
Men are from Mars,
Women are from Venus LIVE!, $54, Discounts
available for groups 6+.
Performance Schedule:
Wednesday, January 21
8 p.m.
Thursday, January 22
8 p.m.
Friday, January 23
8 p.m.
Saturday, January 24
3 p.m. & 8
Sunday, January 25
3 p.m.
$43, $48 and $63.
Kathy Griffin, 8 p.m.,
Sesame Street Live Make a New Friend January
23- February 16, 2015
Ticket Prices
$15, $25, $35 Gold Circle and $65 Sunny Seats
Fox Theatre
Professsional Bull Riders BlueDEF Velocity Tour
Saturday, January 24, 2015 - 7:00PM
Ticket Prices
$13, $23, $38, $53 and $78
Joe Louis Arena
Michigan State vs Michigan
Friday, January 30, 2015 - 7:30PM
Ticket Prices
Multiple Ticket Options Available
Joe Louis Arena
Men Are From Mars – Women Are From Venus LIVE!,
the one-man fusion of theatre and stand-up starring
Peter Story returns to the
City Theatre from Wednesday, January 21 through
Sunday, January 25. The
show, which had a sellout
performance during its last
engagement at the City
Theatre, is a light-hearted
theatrical comedy based on the New York Times #1 best-selling book of the last decade by John Gray. Moving swiftly through a series
of vignettes, the show covers everything from dating and marriage to the bedroom.
Men Are From Mars – Women Are From Venus LIVE! is more than just the book. After beginning in Paris in 2007, Men are From Mars–
Women are From Venus LIVE! has been seen by more than one million people around Europe. It debuted in the United States in February 2013 in Raleigh, North Carolina and will be playing to audiences around the United States and Canada throughout the year.
This hysterical show will have couples elbowing each other all evening as they see themselves on stage. Sexy and fast paced, this show
is definitely for adults, but will leave audiences laughing and giggling like little kids!
Starring in this theatrical comedy is Peter Story. Peter has appeared in primetime shows on all three major networks--some of his favorite credits include CSI (directed by Quentin Tarantino), Without a Trace, Ugly Betty and recurring roles on Jay Leno’s The Tonight Show
and Rob Lowe’s The Lyon’s Den. He stars opposite Steve Guttenberg in the cheesy horror film, Cornered, and can be seen opposite
Weed’s Elizabeth Perkins in the hilarious short, Le Chat Est Mort.
He is a proud alum of the New Harmony Project and an avid storyteller with The Moth. Peter's story of how he and his wife won a
dream wedding competition was just featured nationally on NPR’s The Moth Radio Hour, a show featuring the country's best storytellers.
Commenting on the show, Peter said, “It's a great recipe for a night out: a little storytelling blended with some comedy and a dash of
sage wisdom from the book. A delicious evening of entertainment.”
When Mars and Venus collide, the adventures are earth-shatteringly hysterical.
Since being published in 1992, John Gray’s Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus, exploring the differences between the sexes,
has sold in excess of 50 million copies, been translated into 40 different languages and is one of the most recognizable titles in the
world. Gray has written 17 books and become one of the most trusted relationship authors today, appearing on the national lecture
circuit and on such TV shows as Good Morning America, Oprah and Larry King Live.
Producer, St. Louis based Emery Entertainment has produced or promoted thousands of events around the globe, including superstar
attractions Blue Man Group, David Copperfield and James Taylor.
The talented team assembled for this production continues with the award winning playwright Eric Coble, direction by Broadway veteran Mindy Cooper, and animation & video production by the talented animators at Bazillion Productions.
Big Sound. Up Close.
In this intimate setting, up to 2,400 fans can get close to their favorite entertainers,
creating the most intense concert experience possible for fans and artists alike.
Sound Board welcomes comedians Bruce Bruce, Finesse
Mitchell and Chaunte Wayans
on Thursday, January 15, 2015
at 8PM.
Detroit before the Automobile: The William L. Clements Library Collection
Now–January 18, 2015
Drawn from the extensive holdings of the William L. Clements Library at
the University of Michigan (U-M), this exhibition illustrates the rich history of the city of Detroit through maps, letters, prints, and photographs.
From its beginnings as a French outpost to its emergence as a manufacturing powerhouse based on the automobile at the end of the nineteenth
century, the exhibition will focus on the city's growth, its people, and its
The exhibition is part of the U-M Collections Collaborations series, coorganized by and presented at UMMA and designed to showcase the
renowned and diverse collections at the University of Michigan. The U-M
Collections Collaborations series is generously supported by the Andrew
W. Mellon Foundation.
Edward Walsh, View of Detroit and the Straits,
taken from the Huron Church, 1804, Courtesy of
the William L. Clements Library
Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960-2014
October 4, 2014–January 25, 2015
Nearly fifty years after its heyday, Minimalism is enjoying a resurgence of critical attention, though much of the focus continues to be
on male artists or on a small number of women sculptors. Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960-2014 offers a fresh
perspective on the movement and its evolution, bringing together formative works from two generations of women Minimalist painters
to examine and celebrate the dialogue between them.
Minimalism was born in the late 1950s as a reaction to the perceived hubris and theatricality of Abstract Expressionism. But though
its most prominent, mostly male, practitioners favored an aesthetic of clean geometry and essential forms, the hubris remained—in
oversized works with grandiose themes. Women Minimalist painters, however, took a more restrained or reductive approach, one more
intimate in scale, more personal in narrative, and more open-ended in its experimentation with pure surface, color, and texture.
Many of these women—Agnes Martin and Mary Corse among them—worked outside the New York art world and outside the critical
discourse that would have offered them support and recognition. Gender politics, though not necessarily the impetus for their work,
played a role in the circumstances of where and how they practiced. In spite of their relative isolation, their work had a profound influence on the current generation of women minimalist painters—including Tauba Auerbach and R.H. Quaytman—who have global exposure and who are celebrated in a varied and robust critical environment. In the gallery, Reductive Minimalism traces the conversation
between these two generations in an installation of nine pairs of paintings, to reveal the call-and-response of their artistic symbiosis.
Lead support for this exhibition is provided by the University of Michigan Office of the Provost, the University of Michigan Health System, and the Richard and Rosann Noel Endowment Fund. Additional generous support is provided by the Susan and Richard Gutow
Fund, Drs. Bertram and Elaine Pitt , the University of Michigan CEW Frances and Sydney Lewis Visiting Leaders Fund, Department of the
History of Art, the Katherine Tuck Enrichment Fund, and the Doris Sloan Memorial Fund.
The Gallery Teams Up with
Henry Ford Hospital
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) today announced
that Henry Ford Hospital will become Fundraising Partner of The Gallery at MGM Grand Detroit, Sat., Jan.
10, 2015, two days prior to NAIAS Press Preview.
Now in its eighth year, The Gallery is an exclusive event featuring a magnificent collection of ultra-luxury, performance and exotic vehicles.
NAIAS Chairman Scott LaRiche said the new partnership is timely as Henry Ford Hospital will celebrate its
100-year anniversary in 2015.
"Henry Ford Hospital is Detroit's premier medical institution, and has been a critical part of our community for generations," said LaRiche. "We are pleased to welcome it as Fundraising Partner of The Gallery,
and look forward to a successful night."
As Fundraising Partner, a portion of the proceeds from the evening will benefit Henry Ford
Funds will be generated through the sale of only 300 tickets at $1,000 per ticket.
"We are thrilled to be a Fundraising Partner of The Gallery event," said John Popovich, Jr., M.D., Henry
Ford Hospital president and chief executive officer. "Henry Ford has been a destination for clinical excellence, education, and research for a century, and our partnership with the auto industry has been a
driving force in discovery and innovation."
The Gallery, which in previous years has generated over $10 million in vehicle sales, will feature an estimated $6 million worth of exotic brands and vehicles in a salon setting. The special evening also includes inspired meals prepared by celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck and served at Ignite, MGM Grand Detroit's posh sushi bar and lounge. Guests will also be treated to a runway fashion show featuring striking
attire for women and men provided by Neiman Marcus.
While The Gallery's roster of sublime cars is still being created, participating brands have previously included: Aston-Martin, Bentley, Chevrolet Corvette, Falcon, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Land Rover,
Lincoln, Lingenfelter, Maserati, McLaren, Porsche, Rolls-Royce, and SRT Viper.
Tickets for The Gallery are available for purchase by calling 248-283-5126.
MGM Grand Detroit is located at 1777 Third St., Detroit, MI, 48226.
About the North American International Auto Show
Now in its 27th year as an international event, the NAIAS is among the most prestigious auto shows in the world, providing unparalleled access to the automotive products, people and ideas that matter
most - up close and in one place. Administered by Executive Director Rod Alberts, the NAIAS is one of the largest media events in North America, and the only auto show in the United States to earn an annual
distinguished sanction of the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, the Paris-based alliance of automotive trade associations and manufacturers from around the world.
About Henry Ford Hospital
Henry Ford Hospital, the flagship facility for Henry Ford Health System, is an 872-bed tertiary care hospital, education and research complex. The hospital is staffed by the Henry Ford Medical Group, one of
the nation's largest and oldest group practices with 1,200 physicians in more than 40 specialties. The hospital, which opened in 1915, is a Level 1 trauma center, recognized for clinical excellence and innovations in the fields of cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, sports medicine, organ transplants, and treatment for prostate, breast and lung cancers. The hospital annually trains
more than 700 medical students, 500 residents and 125 fellows in 46 accredited programs. In 2011, the hospital opened the Innovation Institute, a project aimed at shaping the future of medicine. The
hospital and campus is led by CEO John Popovich Jr., M.D. To learn more, visit henryfordhospital.com
2015 Winter Bridal Celebrations Show
Jan 11 , 2015 The Palace of Auburn Hills
RSC Productions, Inc. will hold their 2015 Winter Bridal Celebrations Show at The Palace of Auburn Hills on Sunday, January 11, 2015 from noon to 5 p.m.
Tickets at $8 in advance go on sale this Friday, November 14 at 10 a.m. at Palacenet.
com, The Palace Ticket Store and all Ticketmaster locations. Tickets will be $10 the
day of the show. Children ages 12 and under are admitted free. Tickets may be also
charged by phone to American Express, Discover, Visa and MasterCard by calling
2015 Winter Bridal Celebrations, metro Detroit’s largest bridal show event, includes a
fashion show, displays of various bridal wear and accessories and promotional literature. There will also be wedding planners on hand to answer questions and assist in
the creation of a fantastic wedding, plus much more.
Happy New Year
For more information, please visit the Bridal Celebrations website at www.cbride.com.
For booth information please call 586.532.9200 or email [email protected]
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Harlem Globetrotters
2015 “Washington Generals’ Revenge” Tour
Jan 2 , 2015 The Palace of Auburn Hills
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The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring
some of the greatest athletes and entertainers on
the planet, will bring their unrivaled family show to
The Palace of Auburn Hills on Friday, Jan. 2 at 2 p.m.
during the Harlem Globetrotters 2015 “Washington
Generals’ Revenge” Tour.
Tickets at $42.50 VIP, $27.50 reserved and $18
general admission and four-packs at $135 VIP, $90
reserved and $55 general admission are on sale
now at Palacenet.com, The Palace Ticket Store and
all Ticketmaster locations, including The Locker
Room Store at Great Lakes Crossing. Tickets may be
also charged by phone to American Express, Discover, Visa and MasterCard by calling 800.745.3000.
Front Row and Courtside seating is also available.
Information on group and scout tickets can also be
found at harlemglobetrotters.com.
The Globetrotters will face a great challenge this year, as the infamous Washington Generals are more determined than ever to match the franchise’s historic last victory over the Globetrotters nearly a half century ago.
It has been five years since the Globetrotters and Generals have faced off, as the Generals have been searching
far and wide for the best players to retool their roster and have been preparing for one thing: victory over the
In addition to the highly-anticipated matchup on the court, the Globetrotters, known worldwide as the Ambassadors of Goodwill™, will honor a Harlem Globetrotters Hometown Hero at each of their 310-plus games in
North America. The team is searching for active, wounded or retired members of the military who have made
their community proud with their brave service and exemplary character. Fans can nominate a Harlem Globetrotters Hometown Hero at harlemglobetrotters.com. The Globetrotters will also play a portion of each game
with a camouflage basketball as a sign of respect to all who protect our freedom.
With a star-studded roster featuring Big Easy Lofton, Ant Atkinson, Hi-Lite Bruton, Thunder Law, Bull Bullard,
Firefly Fisher and Moose Weekes – plus female stars TNT Maddox, T-Time Brawner and Sweet J Ekworomadu*
– the Globetrotters’ one-of-a-kind show is unrivaled in the world of family entertainment. With incredible ball
handling wizardry, rim-rattling dunks, trick shots, hilarious comedy and unequaled fan interaction, this must-see
event is guaranteed to entertain the whole family. After the game, Globetrotter stars will sign autographs and
take photos with fans.^
Sponsored by World Vision, Greyhound Lines and Baden Sports, The Harlem Globetrotters® are celebrating their
89th consecutive year, continuing a world famous tradition of ball handling wizardry, basketball artistry, and
one-of-a-kind family entertainment that continues to thrill fans of all ages. Harlem Globetrotters International,
Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation, the largest family-owned
themed entertainment company in the U.S. Throughout their history, the Original Harlem Globetrotters have
showcased their iconic talents in 122 countries and territories on six continents, often breaking down cultural
and societal barriers while providing fans with their first-ever basketball experience. Proud inductees of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, the Globetrotters have entertained hundreds of millions of fans-among
them popes, kings, queens, and presidents-over more than eight thrilling decades. For the latest news and
information about the Harlem Globetrotters, and to purchase tickets and team merchandise, visit the Globetrotters' official Web site: www.harlemglobetrotters.com.
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Now– 1.18.15
Hodge & Temporary Exhibition Galleries
The Art of Video Games is one of the first exhibitions to explore the 40-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium, with a focus on striking visual effects and the creative use
of new technologies. From early pioneers to contemporary designers, this exhibition features some of the most influential artists throughout five eras of game technology. The exhibition focuses on the interplay of graphics, technology, and storytelling through a variety of popular games for 20 gaming systems ranging from the Atari VCS to PlayStation 3.
In the 40 years since the introduction of the first home video game, the field has attracted exceptional artistic talent. A combination of traditional art forms—painting, writing, sculpture, music, storytelling, and cinematography—video games provide artists with a previously unprecedented method of communicating with and
engaging audiences. Developments in hardware and software, as well as the advent of
the Internet, have given artists an ever-widening palette of tools with which to create.
Presenting the games through still images and video footage, the exhibition sheds light on
the prevalent and increasing nature of this medium within modern society. In addition, the
galleries will include video interviews with 20 developers and artists, demonstrations in the
advancements of mechanics in game development, and historic game consoles. Five featured
games, one from each era, are playable on larger-than-life screens in the exhibition space.
These games include Pac-Man, Super Mario Bros., The Secret of Monkey Island, Myst, and Flower.
James Perry Walker American, 1945 - 2014 Praying woman, Lagoshen, Lagoshen Church, Rossville, TN, 1978
gelatin silver print 14 7/8 x 14 7/8 inches Museum purchase, 2000.31.19
The Art of Video Games is organized by the Smithsonian American Art Museum with generous support from the Entertainment Software Association Foundation; Sheila Duig- James Perry Walker: The Preacher and His Congregation
nan and Mike Wilkins; Shelby and Frederick Gans; Mark Lamia; Ray Muzyka and Greg 1.17.15 – 4.4.15
Zeschuk; Rose Family Foundation; Betty and Lloyd Schermer; and Neil Young. The C.F. Foun- Graphics Gallery
dation in Atlanta supports the museum's traveling exhibition program, Treasures to Go.
The photographs of James Perry Walker tap an emotional key, giving witness to a deep faith. Growing up in
Marshall County, Mississippi in the 1950s and 1960s, Walker witnessed life in an isolated, impoverished, and rural community. Following his graduation from college, he spent the summer of 1967 working in Marshall County
as a teacher at Gatewood Baptist Church, whose pastor was the Reverend Louis Cole. One fall morning Walker
attended a revival service at Gatewood and experienced a sermon unlike any he had heard before. He moved
away shortly afterward, but the memory of that sermon stayed with him.
Nearly a decade later, Walker began a six-year project to produce a photographic essay about Reverend Cole and
his congregation. He spent countless hours with the preacher at church and at his home. In addition, Walker
met with and photographed members of the congregation, with whom he became friends. This exhibition will
also serve as a tribute to the artist who passed away earlier this year.
The Astral Meadow
Ly n d a Fo r b e s i s a F l i n t b o r n A s t r o l o g e r a n d h a s l i v e d i n a n d b e e n
ac tive in the area for 30 years. She is available for private readi n g s a t h e r o f f i c e i n Fe n t o n . Ly n d a t e a c h e s m a n y M e t a p h y s i c a l
s u b j e c t s l i k e A s t r o l o g y a n d Ta r o t a n d i s a v a i l a b l e f o r h o m e p a r t i e s
and other events. Contac t her through her email at: [email protected]
y a h o o. c o m a n d t h r o u g h h e r w e b s i t e : w w w. lynd afor b es. com
Aries: You know that intense urge for change you are trying to control? The Full
Moon in familial Cancer and the Sun in work-oriented Capricorn on the 4th, aspect
both intense Pluto and wild card Uranus. You do need to make changes but make
sure they are well thought out and not launched at the spur of the moment! Utilize
your new Saturn transit’s creative influence and Mercury Retrograde on the 21st Feb 11th. Reexamine your goals!
Taurus: The Full Moon in Cancer on the 4th highlights potential changes and challenges around with career goals and your inner circle. You have been reviewing
your friends and acquaintances for the last two years, subconsciously or not. Undoubtedly, you have been able to designate some you have outgrown and others
you have not. Now Saturn will renew your freedom and lead you toward new types
of people and career aspirations.
Gemini: Saturn’s brand new transit in your Solar 7th House ignites your need to take
a new look at your responsibilities and relationships from many perspectives. Keep
an open mind and listen. The erratic Full Moon in Cancer on the 4th emphasizes the
need to balance work responsibilities, your duty to family and the need to be true
to yourself. Your ruling planet Mercury goes Retrograde on the 21st-Feb 11th. Use it
to review and redo!
Cancer: The Full Moon on the 4th is in your sign! You will feel as if one minute you
are wearing your heart on your sleeve and another feel in complete control. Hang in
there! Saturn in your Solar 6th House highlights your need to take care of yourself
health wise. Take responsibility and begin to make changes as needed. Mercury
Retrograde takes place in your Solar 8th House 21st-Feb 11th. Re-check your paperwork and bills for accuracy.
Leo: This time of year we struggle with colds, etc. Appropriately, the Full Moon
in Cancer on the 4th indicates unexpected challenges around your place of work
which could center on sick co-workers or your own visits to the doctor. Saturn’s new
transit in your Solar 5th House highlights creativity and emphasizes children. Mercury Retrograde the 21st-Feb 11th marks confusing communications with relationships. Set boundaries after it passes.
Virgo: The Full Moon in Cancer on the 4th is in part about parenting. It’s about balance and asks you to define whether or not you are being too disciplinary or nurturing. It also addresses the need to do things for yourself or for everyone else! This
theme of freedom versus duty will be stronger as Saturn advances into Sagittarius.
Mercury Retrograde the 21st-Feb 11th highlights miscommunications and faulty
technology in the workplace.
Libra: Your emotional needs continue to change as the Full Moon in Cancer unfolds
on the 4th. The planets will push you to get more in tune with them. Easy does it! The
keywords are “transition” and “transformation.’ Saturn’s new emphasis is on improving
your education and communication skills, while Mercury Retrograde (from the 21stFeb 11th) highlights possible mix-ups with romantic encounters or communication
with children.
Scorpio: Full Moons generally bring strong feelings to the surface and the one in
Cancer on the 4th is no exception. Changes within the family unit or other’s needs are
expected. Saturn’s new transit to your Solar 2nd House of finance brings new educational possibilities. Find new ways of working with your money. Mercury Retrograde
from the 21st-Feb 11th brings possible issues with communication and technology on
the home front.
Sagittarius: The Full Moon in nurturing Cancer on the 4th highlights unexpected
events along with the need to define what aspects of your life need to be balanced.
Saturn’s brand new transit in your sign will help you find your limits, improve the way
you express yourself and open the door for new people into your life. Mercury Retrograde from the 21st-Feb 11th stresses the need to watch what you say and pay attention to your vehicle.
Capricorn: The Full Moon in Cancer (your opposite sign) on the 4th, stresses the need
to restructure your world. If you focus on duty and neglect your emotional needs,
things get messy. Catch up with yourself! Saturn’s transit through your Solar 12th
House highlights spirituality and solitude. Mercury Retrograde the 21st - Feb 11th,
brings miscommunications that lead to financial problems. Keep an eye on bills and
the checkbook.
Aquarius: You generally find yourself battling to figure out when to detach and lean
toward logic or when to rely on your emotional instincts. The Full Moon in Cancer on
the 4th is one of those times! The solution lies somewhere in between. Saturn’s new
transit in your Solar 11th House emphasizes new friends and groups. Mercury Retrograde the 21st-Feb 11th highlights possible miscommunication in this area. Take it
slow and easy.
Pisces: Sticking your neck out becomes a bit complicated around the Full Moon in
Cancer on the 4th. Even though Saturn’s transit is beginning to make you feel more
adventurous, be sure to balance your checkbook before taking financial leaps. Mercury’s Retrograde period from the 21st–Feb 11th in your Solar 12th House could signify
miscommunications with hospitals, doctor’s offices or other institutions. Look behind
the scenes.